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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRIDQE' The Dallas Hotel ti the Beat and Most ConvanARLIAMENT ADJOURN^ ,, _ -3piMned today after one of' the long-^ I' MBBloiiB' In many years. Except' /&r> brief-reoesBBB at EJaatar,,, Chflst-' tmaa, and, 8lx"'w�ekB vacation In tlia' ;'(iptououB iseasloa Bine VlMt^year, and have disposed' of one, ' c|t tbe heaviest programs ever pr^ent-^^ flie^ontreaI Suffrage association,; v|?J)b create a deafening din and sbriekln^'opprob-Tlous names at the occupants', 'of the ministerial benches.-- : The efforts of M.' Deschanel,- presl-l^dent of the .ohamb6r,>to restore order, were not successful-until the manl-festants, m9Bt of'-theot'.purple "with yeHIn#r, ,had. .?shauated:their energies, after whiph,a bflef, debate took place, and the bin referred,to.a committeeii ;'JThe Socialist demonstration aroused widespread'Pa^otlo-indlgaatlon last nlg^t ''D boulevards, la^ dubs, and rcates and in all places of -popular re-�*tfort. ' s'VVeatmottnt, Que., Is to be run as a buSli^ss;; odncefn. Scores are applying tcrilib position as general man-'as^rr,r-- FRESH FRUfTS AND VEGETABLES ARRIVING DAILY JFor the week-end we have comiiig in, ealifo)i^nia Head Lettuce Sweet Potatoes, I'ancy Hot Hofee Cucumbers; FresL Spinach, Greei Onions, Bananas, Oelory Hot House Lettuce, Etc. ; , GET A CASE OF VINE BRAND VEGETABt^ES OK FRUITS The Fruits are all put up in Saliitary tins, are the tomatpes. VEGETABLES-Assorted. Price per CO '9C ' FRUITS-rln Heavy syrup, assorted. tfilCh case....... ^OuCO PrloepercasQ..^...^^I'OU > 4 een -PHONES- TTHE GOOD eOMPAJ�Y Grocery Dept. S2B Wholesale Dept. 1271. High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con> iFectionery. Wholesale and .Retail ->-PHONES- Qroeery Dept. B2B WholBMl* Dept. 1271. WEATHER Mas. Lethbrldge, clear .> .. 60 Edmonton, fair..... 50 Calgary, clear...... 6S Min. 26 34 34 34 36 26 34 30 25 28 24 18 4 .02 Medicine Hat, rain 68 Battleford, cloudy ... 43 Prince Albert, cloudy , 48 Swift Current, fair 54 Moose Jaw, .cloudy , i . 49 Reglna, clear ..... 41 Qu'Appelle. cloudy 42 Mlnnedosa, cloudy ... 30 Winnipeg, fair .... ... 20 18 .02 Port Arthur, snow ... 16 4 ,04 Kamloopa, clear-i..T~^43 ^0"'^ Nelson 47 26 Pentlcton ..... i. ... 50 .28 . . Grand Forks ....... 43 23 Much milder weather. conditions have prevailed In Manitoba.and eastern Saskatchewan, and the weather turtber west has continued very mild. Forecast Manitoba-Fair, and comp'arAtlvely milder today hnd on Sunday. ' Saskatchewan and,-. Alberta-Fair and milder today. .i, v :.;,->. High River Candidate -sr High River town liiberais have organized with DcE. Rll'ey, as president, apd AVTtilnor, secretary, and have endorsed R; ^I,. McMlIlaii, "as candidate for ?tiieiJegl8lRtvirea!.f;^i:>';;'..'. Are Notaries .Public  , .The �following hhvi&j'been gazetted rioiarles. pubjiet: V.^Jt: Parker," winnj; fred; Arthur.DInnlatZi.SeTen.Perjsons; a � M. ;BIackBtook, VM^dloIne Hat; H. J. Qulnn,,,'Mllk Rivet'; D. H. Hlion, liethbridge; B. Molr, Barons. . . Southern Vl8ltor8_' . Visitors from the South' arriving on last night's train wete: Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Poiwell^ P. S. 'liefflngweli, Ju^ Foley and Jack Dougherty, Milk River; G. C. McDonald and F. M. Riches, l>few Dayton. Z";,'. .. Can Audit Public iBooka^ The foiloyrlng have be�n appointed official auditors: -E, P. M. Butler, of Bo well; W. A. Bateman, ofBow Island; W. H. Hunt.' of St. Kllda;- A. -T-Mercer, Magrath;^. Jas. Stacsy, Ma-grath; J. C. BeardsUy, of Manyberries. Building Completed- Tonight Hans Matson, contractor for;the G. H. Haag racing stables .at'Henderson Park, expects to hftya 'completed th� bunding by tonight That win be going some, for last^ Sunday the structure was flat. ;. : � . ' .' . To Change.Firm Name The Blalrmore Llau'or company, is applying for authority to change the firm name to the Family Uquor Supply Company. . ;v � Extending Bbundarlfee' V Taber will be a considerably enlarged town If the petition*, for. the annexation of the. varlpUB sitbdlvla-lons, ratified by tl)^. council.,on Xu�8-day night and passed. In t^e form of a bylaw, are finally approved by the government at Edmonton. .Mayor Douglas' has been, authorized to-go to the-capital with the petition. . . , , Bargains In Books ALL COPYRIGHT AND rePRESENT COPIES OF THE BEST FICTION FOR- This is you oportunity to add a number of good books to your collection at a pricg away below the cost. Come and ;Iook. them over and you will' And some that you are wanting. The Red Cross Drug and Book Co*, Ltd* Phone,B65 ^ Third AVfc, SIARTED! NOW'S TVtE -TIME TO SELECT. YOUR .FLOWER AND GARDEN SEEDS AND GET THEM'JSJ'ARTED. -We havB,just-.opened n f"li line of iiew slf^dff from - the-best known seedsmen. "Get in earl.^:'; � - J. p. Higinliotham & Co.;, Ltd. The ^s/�aXZ Store TELEPHONE NO. 822; CITY AND DISTRICT Boys' Sunday Club Boys' Sunday club meets tomorrow, afternoon at 4.15, in the Y. M. 0. A. 'Mr. R. P. Wallace will speak. Merely a- Rumor A rumor has been circulated that the team-of mules stolen from WUeon Siding on Tuesday ^ night, were seen near Grassy Lake, but there is no official confirmation as yet. Preparing Seed Bed Spring -work has commenced on the experimental farm. Manager Falr-ffetd" Informed the Herald this morning that all the fall-plowing and sum-mer-fallowlng :was being harrowed Into shape for seeding. ' Start Work Next Week Worn' oil the Lethbridge-Weyburn line commences next week. The construction foreman of Foley Bros, and �fimothy, -was in town today contracting for hands. The C. P. R. construction gang will also start work on this line ae^ soon as the equipment and outfit dan ,be.gotten together. ^ Fine, Musical Program The musical prograpn to be given in: Wesley church tomorrow will In-rlng stock, I find ft is neoessary to. sell onedozen of my S.G. Buff Orpingtons, at a sacrifice p^lce.; Here Is a bargain in fowlifor partlpsJi^krested In that line.-Applyto 'J.^; OKfke. Box 1943, L�tbbTldg*.-'^"Jt^i Today's Police Court",. Four drunks were on the; docket itbla morning, two being old oilenders-. W. Barringer, sentenced toi twenty days ta the barracks: C. McDermott; )3 and costs. F. S. Tullon, suspended sentence. Jerry i Carroll, charged with, being drunk whjle Interdicted, was released on suspended sent^nc^ and'admonished^by the court t!o endeavor to lead a better llfe,-for his own sake.-, . ' , . Home BfSikinig^^ Bread, Oates, and Pastry of the Bek Quality. SATURDAY SAJLE At Thompson's Grocery ,forme]!;ly R.'A. Crawford's.^' '- - . Mrs.J.B;rRiclianlsbn TO CONFER WIIH LGR PROF. ARKELL TO BE HERE ON MONDAY-SOME THOUGHTS : FOR^HEEP MEN � Prof.; T. R.-jArkelli chead of ibe division of Sheep >HuBbandry at Ottawa, on Monday to confer with the.Southern Alberta Wool Growers' association on the establishment of a- central wool market, with wool experts who will grade and pack the wool- Bo that our Alberta product can comjpete in Liverpool, from whose markets the world's prices are,guag-ed,-wlth the. Australian product.  iThe.'wool growers'are going to try ontvfhc experiment this'season, and if it proves successful: the government virlll make,an ^appropriation for tlie building of a warehouse to handle the .ientire clip; There will be some rSo;000'head to shear this year, with approximately 100,000,000 pounds of wool, -tlxperta claim that if our wool Is" cleaned and, graded the buyers would pay more for It, because they know, that they can'compete with It. As." things 'were last year-when .the woorVfti carelessly, handled , and not gbrted.'.ot cleaned, and .full of grit and dire, it Is plainly evident that.the �brfyerb'^would want to purchase on a 'pt-etty vsafe' margin. It costs them something to ship refuse and dirt tb Ti6c6nto and Montreal, paying for It 'a^,they 'do on a wool freight rate. If -the government could be Induced ,td establish a skirting mill along with thy'TVarehouse, it would greatly en-:jt�uice^the sheep industry. ,^nd the sha^p. "industry., deserves all that Is ^oomlngjiln the even stand the western rang;? '^fant; and will probably g;et It."; Foi-'Ic^wirig is a synopsis of ranging con-;'aii(oi}'fi' at present:. ';>'A11 th0 ra'nge Is utlllzedt In the' ;sunim6r,r leaving a soJarclty of ifeei, A Chance to Save Money Every Day Evap. Pe4ohes, 2tb for ..... 26o Evap. Rear�,.2tbs for ...... 25c Evap. Apricots, 2tb for 36e. Choice ;oooklng figs, per tb 10c. Choice Pr^h'et, per tb.......10o Raisins, '16'ozt packet .....10e. Blue Laber Catsup, bottle. ;30c^ BLUE RIBBON TEA, Stbs. for ... Libby's Catsup, bottle ...... 20d. C. & B. Mushroom .Catsup regular price SOc; now .. .200 Royal Shield Baking Powder 5 tbs. for 70c, Choice Apples, 411th St. South J. TUFF, PBOPBIETOR Opposite Tarrills PHONB 874 Traction Engine Gearing Our prides for traction Engine Gearing are generally 10% below those of the manufacturers. Also *e keep the gearing for the Reeves and Case 32 h.p. In stock-for immediate shipment, All gears of the best semi btsel. ��','� The Lethbridge Iron Works PHONE 332. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. FINE PORTRAITS Mte portraits are just as essential as good clothes and proper sta,tionery. In fact, more so, for they serve as a )leasing rememhrance today, and a : astiiig memento .when friends are taken from US; , . ; . nriSEy Photograph 906;third avenue south er but plenty of w'eiter In the "'winter.'' Why not usp ihe, scadi ofrange In the Rockies that is -nbl belnl; touched, and Is. absolutely worthless for -cultivation on account of .its hilly and rocky character?.^Th^ cattle men are playing dog in the mangejr. They can't use the feed and don't-want the sheep men to git-the lease;  If the sheep could be taken off the pralrJes, wheres}thei:e 1:*' such, a scari city of; water Iff-the summer, and bo put on tbW �mofuntain'Tai where 'there vis' an abundance, of water for gven tbSreemontlis, the winter wmga would be assured: at a> time when lb could be properly used' because of tba snow-which affords-enough moistoire to irrigate the �'woollies"-during the winter season. And this would min-Imlze th^ necessity of winter feeding, cutting down the cost of production ot two- Of oUr doatllest: commodities, namely, wool and mutton. i The Essex Historical-^ Society has decided to mark historlq' landmarks In thei county; � A Well-Decorated Ho^e Is the result obtained if you let us do the work. We are well acquaited with, what's.what in interior decorating, 'You get theibenefit of all this when you buy your wall paper here. Our papers are appreciated and used extensively by= those of good taste, because they're : so different. The papers we sbow are : .not the 'ord.inary 'kind you see every-' wbere you go. ' ' WELLINGTON BROS; PHONE17B2 SHERLOCK'BUILDING:! SEVENTH STREETf Team Work & Draying LliSht and I Residence and Stable Phone. 1860 PHONE 721 POlSrY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER. ' ' DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYS Office 408. Round St., , J, FIGGINS, Prop. Phone-633 .' "trLiNKS DELIVERED'to any part of the'Clt'y.' ' ^/ " - ,' !7 FMRNltJfefRB; REMOVED .COAL''O.O.D, ' ;